Vaughan Gourmet Takeout Italian And Greek Luxury Inspired Food Service Launched

A new gourmet food takeout service has been launched by Chateau Le Jardin in Vaughan. Customers can enjoy a wide-ranging menu prepared from the freshest ingredients.

Vaughan, Canada - August 2, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Chateau Le Jardin, the popular event venue and function hall in Vaughan known for its fine food, has launched a takeout service for local customers during the pandemic. They are providing gourmet takeout every night of the week with a wide-ranging menu of options to choose from.

More information can be found at: https://cljtakeout.com

The team at Chateau Le Jardin explain that their mission is to provide the highest standard of service, excellence and luxury. They pride themselves on exquisite food prepared in a state-of-the-art function space.

Before the pandemic hit, customers enjoyed using the space for weddings, anniversaries, holiday parties, conferences, seminars and business meetings. The highly trained team of caring and knowledgeable professionals aims to exceed customer expectations with each aspect of their service.

Now this attention to detail is offered through their takeout service during the pandemic. Their online menu is easy to browse, with set menus to choose from, Father’s Day BBQ options, pasta, meat and fish, and vegetarian dishes.

Options include chicken parmigiana, risotto with mushroom and asparagus, calamari fritti, and salmon au gratin. Customers can enjoy gourmet meals in the comfort of their own home by ordering online or calling 905 851 2200.

Food delivery has become an essential resource in the pandemic as families seek a sense of normality. Furthermore, ordering delivery from local businesses is a concrete way of supporting them in this difficult time.

By ordering gourmet takeout from Chateau Le Jardin, customers can enjoy a unique and delicious meal that gives them something to celebrate even while socially distancing.

A spokesperson states: “Our Chef’s culinary palate is truly a worldly experience. Explore our selection of International cuisine such as Italian, Greek, Portuguese, Indian and Continental. All meals are carefully prepared with the utmost care and only the freshest ingredients are used.”

Full details of the service can be found on the URL above. Further information is provided at: https://www.facebook.com/ChateauLeJardinVenue

Contact Info:
Name: Julian Parentela
Email: Send Email
Organization: Chateau Le Jardin
Address: 8440 York Regional Road 27, Vaughan, Ontario L4H 0A7, Canada
Phone: +1-289-236-2572
Website: https://www.lejardin.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88970909

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